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English Communication
Formal scientific communication
In writing to academics and scientists, perhaps the solution is simple enough: use Dear Dr Tanaka or Dr Smith or whatever surname or family name your correspondent has—if he or she ha
Manuscript Structure
One of the most basic and important aspect of a research paper is the title. Writing the a research paper title may seem a simple task, but it requires some serious thought.
Publication Ethics
Informed consent
Journals will not publish your paper if your study involves human subjects and you have not obtained informed consent.
Career Advancement
Literature reading is critical to scientific research because this habit will generate a sense of appreciation and passion for science.
Books, Resources, and Tools
Brief reveiw of Oxford Learner’s Dictionary of Academic English
A brief review of the scope and special features of a new learner's dictionary from Oxford University Press, meant for learners of academic English.
The open access (OA) movement is gaining worldwide consensus as more and more...
Dear Dr. Eddy, My paper was rejected by a SCI journal because the plagiarism...

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A few points of style related to bacterial nomenclature
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